Advanced Integrated Technology
The Advanced Integrated Technology (AIT) program, which offers 3 certificate options, integrates various technologies in order to educate you with a diverse skill needed in today's high-tech industrial, and health care settings. Upon completion of an AIT degree, you will be able to install, manage, maintain, calibrate, troubleshoot, repair, test, and inspect state of the art equipment and systems having a technologically diverse design.
Articulation agreements with regional and in-state universities allow you to apply your credit hours awarded in the AIT program towards a bachelor's degree. The AIT curriculum is modularized. See how the content is divided.
Associate in Applied Science (AAS)
- Advanced Integrated Technology (60 credit hours)
- Multi-skilled Technician (20 Credit Hours)
- Controls Engineering (26 Credit Hours)
- Mechatronics Operator (8 Credit Hours)
- Industrial Refrigeration (21 Credit Hours)
- (List of certificates available HERE)
For a printable copy of program course requirements, click an option above or consult the Madisonville Advising Plan.
Multi-Skilled Industrial Technician
Upon completing the Multi-Skilled Industrial Technician option you will have a diverse set of skills and knowledge needed to obtain employment in various settings including those within the manufacturing and industrial sectors. You will be able to perform a variety of multidisciplinary tasks traditionally performed by a number of field-specific technicians, thus providing a cost effective and highly sought alternative for employers.
This program has no special admission requirements. Please consult MCC s general admission requirements.
If you are transferring from the Manufacturing and Industrial Technology curriculum at another KCTCS institution you should use the MIT-to-AIT course map-over to see how your credits will transfer into the program.
Students majoring in AIT-Multi-Skilled, Air Conditioning Technology, Computerized Manufacturing & Machining (Machine Tool) or Welding are eligible for a $500 scholarship each semester.
Mining Technology majors are eligible for full-tuition scholarships each semester. Interested students should complete the KCA Scholarship Application. All students must maintain 2.0 GPA to remain eligible for KCA scholarships.
Length of Program
Most students complete the program within two years. Due to the flexible on-site scheduling of laboratory course work and online delivery of instructional course work, the time it takes to complete the degree requirements will vary.
For more information
Mike Deal, AIT Coordinator
(270) 824-1992(270) 824-1992
This information should not be considered a substitute for the KCTCS Catalog. You should always choose classes in cooperation with your faculty advisor to ensure that you meet all degree requirements.